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estate of any members of the said house. London, Jan. 6, 1647, i.e. 1648. 6 p. 2042. PARLIAMENT.
An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: for the constituting and setling of the Committee of the militia of the city of London: with their names therein exprest. Also, enabling Col. West to be lieutenant of the Tower, London, [May 18] 1648. 6 p.
2043. PARLIAMENT. An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for constituting of Major Generall Philip Skippon to command all the forces raised, or to be raised within the city of London, late lines of communication, and weekly bills of mortality: with an order of both Houses, that all commission-officers shall act until the militia be setled, and observe the directions of the Major Generall. London, [May 18] 1648. 5 p. 2044. PARLIAMENT. An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: for putting all delinquents, ministers, souldiers and papists out of the late lines of communication and twenty miles distant, that have been in arms, or adhered to the enemy in the late warre against the Parliament. With the severall qualifications and penalties therein expressed. London, [June 16] 1648. 6 p.
2045. PARLIAMENT. An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for putting malignants and papists out of the cities of London, Westminster, late lines of communication, and twenty miles distant. London, [May 23] 1648. 5 p.
2046. PARLIAMENT. An ordinance of the Lords & Commons assembled in Parliament for raising moneys to be imployed for the maintenance of the forces under the command of Sir Thomas Fairfax, knight. London, Mar. 23, 1647, i.e. 1648. 16 p.
2047. PARLIAMENT. An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: for removing obstructions in the sale of reversions of bishops lands. London, [Mar. 17] 1647, i.e. 1648. 6 p.
2048. PARLIAMENT. An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for setling of the militia of the burrough of Southwarke. With the names of the committee for the execution of the same. London, [Apr. 14] 1648. 5 p.
2049. PARLIAMENT. An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for setling the militia in the northern counties. With the names of the commissioners to execute the same. London, [May 23] 1648. 6 p.
2050. PARLIAMENT. An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: for the associating five counties in north Wales, Aug. 21, 1648. London, 1648. 6 p.
2051. PARLIAMENT. An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for the better regulating and ordering the sequestration of the estates of papists and delinquents and for reforming and preventing of abuses in the managing of the same. London, [Aug. 9] 1648. 6 p.
2052. PARLIAMENT. An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled
in Parliament for the better payment of tythes and duties to the ministers of the city of London. London, April 21, 1648. 7 p. 2053. PARLIAMENT. An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the bringing in the arrears of the assessments for the army, within the city of London and liberties thereof. With the names of the persons in each ward appointed for executing the same. London, [April 24] 1648. 10 p.
2054. PARLIAMENT. An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: for the indempnifying and saving harmelesse all such persons as have acted or done or that hereafter shall act or doe any thing by authority, or for the service of the Parliament. Also nominating and appointing a committee in the county of Kent for the same purpose. London, [Apr. 4] 1648. 6 p. 2055. PARLIAMENT. An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled
in Parliament for the punishing of blasphemies and heresies: with the severall penalties therein expressed. London, [May 2] 1648. 6 p. 2056. PARLIAMENT. An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the utter suppression and abolishing of all stageplayes and interludes, with the penalties to be inflicted upon the actors and spectators, herein exprest. London, Feb. II, 1647, i.e. 1648. 5 P.
Hindley 3:no. 20.
Another copy, Ashbee 1:no. 9.
2057. PARLIAMENT. Several votes of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, concerning such as take up arms against the Parliament of England, or assist in such war. Wherein is declared, that all such persons are traytors by the fundamental laws of this kingdom, and ought to suffer accordingly. London, June 24, 1648. 7 p. 2058. PARLIAMENT. Three ordinances of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for inpowering Major General Skippon to inlist voluntiers, and to conduct and lead them out of the late lines, as he shall see occasion, to fight with, kill and slay all such as shall oppose, rise, or make any insurrections against the Parliament, city and kingdom. London, July 14, 1648. 6 p.
2059. PARLIAMENT. Three declarations of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. The one declaring the Duke of Buckingham,
Lord Holland, and Lord Peterborough traytors and rebels, and for their estates, and all that shall adhere to them to be forthwith sequestred. The other, for securing all just debts and engagements to such as have been or shall be engaged for the Parliament before any final conclusion of a peace. The third, declaring it an acceptable service of all such as have or shall serve the Parliament in suppressing insurrections and tumults. London, [July 12] 1648. 7 p.
2060. PARLIAMENT. Two ordinances of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament; one for the raising six thousand pounds for payment of the foure hundred souldiers, added to the forces already in the Tower of London, the other for the continuance of the committee of the army, and treasurers at wars. London, [April 24] 1648. 6 p. 2061. PARLIAMENT OF SCOTLAND. An act of the estates of Scotland in the yeare 1643, and letters of horning and rebellion against James, duke of Hamilton, William, earle of Marton, Robert, earle of Roxbrough, George, earle of Kinnoule, and William, earle of Lanerick, as enemies of religion, and the peace of the kingdomes. With a letter from a person of qualitie in London, to some friends in Scotland advising about the said Duke and Earles and other affairs now transacting in Scotland... London, [Mar. 14] 1648.
2062. PARLIAMENT OF SCOTLAND. Acts of Parliament and committee of estates in the kingdome of Scotland, concerning the authority and lawfulnesse of the said Parliament, etc. Together with a declaration of the estates of Parliament in the said kingdom sent to their severall presbyteries, according to the copie printed in Edinburgh. [London] June 27, 1648. 7 p.
2063. PARLIAMENT OF SCOTLAND. A declaration of the committee of the estates of Parliament of Scotland to the honourable houses of the Parliament and to all their brethern of England. Concerning the necessity, grounds and ends of their ingagement, and of the returne of the Scots army into England... London, [July 21] 1648. 21 p. 2064. PARLIAMENT OF SCOTLAND. A declaration of the Parliament of Scotland, to all His Majesties good subjects of this kingdome, concerning their resolutions for religion, king and kingdoms, in pursuance of the ends of the covenant. London, May 1648. 15 p.
2065. PARLIAMENT OF SCOTLAND. A declaration of the Parliament of Scotland to the synods and presbyteries in that kingdom, concerning their present proceedings in leavying an army for the good of religion, His Majesties rescue, and the true peace of both kingdoms. Together with severall acts of Parliament and committee of estates, concerning the authority and lawfulnesse of their Parliament. London, [June 10] 1648. 8 p.
2066. THE PARLIAMENT arraigned, convicted; wants nothing but execution. Wherein you may evidently discerne all the blessed fruit of their seven yeers session tending the dishonor of God, the ruine of the church of Christ in this kingdome; the unkinging of His Majestie, the destruction of our lawes, the errection of tyranny, and the perpetuall bondage of a freeborne people. London, 1648. 20 p.
2067. A PARTICULAR of the several victories and the occasions of the solemn day of thanksgiving appointed by both houses of Parliament to be kept through the kingdom of England and the dominion of Wales, on Thursday the 7. of September, 1648. London, August 28, 1648. 8 p. 2068. PAULDEN, THOMAS. Pontefract Castle. An account how it was taken, and how General Rainsborough was surprised in his quarters at Doncaster anno 1648. In a letter to a friend. By Captain Thomas Paulden. Written upon the occasion of Prince Eugene's surprising Monsieur Villeroy at Cremona, 1702.
2069. PEMBROKE, PHILIP HERBERT, 4th earl. The Earle of Pembroke's speech in the House of peeres, upon debate of the citie's petition for a personall treaty, to be had with His Majesty in London. And also upon debate of those reasons given by their Lordships unto the commons for not sending the three propositions before a treaty. London, [July 20] 1648. 14 p.
Another copy, Somers 7:79-86.
2070. A PETITION for peace: or, The humble petition of divers well affected. magistrates, ministers, and other inhabitants in the city of London, and parts adjacent, presented to both houses of Parliament on Wednesday the 12. of July, 1648. With the answer of the honorable House of commons thereunto. Also Alderman Fowk's speech, made to both. houses of Parliament, at the presenting of the said petition. London, July 14, 1648. 8 p.
2071. THE PETITION of 8000 reduced officers and souldiers amongst whom are many knights, collonels, and other officers of note, that have faithfully served the Parliament. Read in both houses of Parliament, on Tuesday the 8th of August, 1648, for a speedy settlement of religion, the King, Parliament and kingdome, in a Parliamentary way, according to the late just and modest desires of the city of London, and for payment and security for their arreares. And the answer of both houses of Parliament. London, [Aug. 8] 1648. 6 p.
2072. PETTY, SIR WILLIAM. The advice of W. P. to Mr. Samuel Hartlib, for the advancement of some particular parts of learning. 1648. Harleian misc. 6:141-58.
2073. POYER, JOHN. The declaration of Col. Poyer, and Col. Powel, and the officers and soldiers under their command, which they desired to be published to the whole kingdome. Wherein they declare their intentions for restoring His Majesty to his just prerogative, and the lawes to their due course, for the maintenance of the protestant religion, and the liberty of the subject: which was the ground of their first taking up armes, and for which they are resolved to live and die. [London, Apr. 10] 1648. 6 p.
2074. [PRICE, JOHN.] The pulpit incendiary: or, The divinity and devotion of Mr. Calamy, Mr. Case, Mr. Cauton, Mr. Cranford, and other Sion-colledge preachers in their morning-exercises, with the keen and angry application thereof unto the Parliament and army. Together with a true vindication of the covenant from the false glosses put upon it, and a plain indication of covenant-breakers. n. p. [May 4] 1648. 62 p.
2075. THE PRINCES first fruits: or, A full and perfect relation of two victories obtained by Col. Rich, his brigade; together with the forces under the command of Sir Michael Levesey, over some forces landed out of the revolted ships neer Sandown Castle, in the county of Kent, August 10 & 14, together with a perfect list of the commanders and officers taken prisoners, and the number slain on both sides. [London, Aug. 10] 1648. 6 p.
2076. PRYNNE, WILLIAM. A briefe memento to the present unparliamentary junto, touching their present intentions and proceedings to depose and execute Charles Steward, their lawful king; by William Prynne, esquire, a member of the House of commons, and prisoner under the armies tyranny; who, it seems, have leavyed warre against the Houses of Parliament, their quondam masters, whose members they now forcibly take and detain captives during their lawless pleasures. 1648. Somers 5:174-83.
2077. PRYNNE, WILLIAM. Mr. Prinns charge against the King; shewing, that the King's design, purpose, and resolution, his endeavours, practice, and conversation, have alwayes been engaged, byassed, and tended to settle, establish, confirm popery, tyranny, and slavery in, among, over his dominions, subjects, people. 1649. [Dec. 4, 1648]
2078. PRYNNE, WILLIAM. The substance of a speech made in the House of commons by Wil. Prynn of Lincolns-inn, esquire; on Munday the fourth of December, 1648, touching the Kings answer to the propositions of both houses upon the whole treaty. London. [Jan. 26] 1649. 23, 119 p.